PyTweeter lets you post status updates to twitter. That's pretty much it for now.
By Ryan McGreal
Posted September 10, 2009 in Projects (Last Updated September 10, 2009)
For some reason, the Twitter web interface became flaky after a major outage a few weeks ago. Ever since then, I often experience the web-based status update form just hang instead of actually posting the update. (It seems I'm not alone.)
When that happens, I use PyTweeter, an absolute bare-bones desktop application for posting status updates. It's written in Python and based on TKinter, so it should be cross-platform (at least, it works on Window XP and Ubuntu Jaunty).
You can download the latest version from the Github repository.
It depends on the python-twitter module, so you should install that as well.
Released under the GNU General Public Licence, Version 2.